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Meditations from the Hermitage - Perfection

by Catherine Frakas 04 Nov 2009

Meditations from the Hermitage
Occasional Reflections from the Wilderness Home

Bro. Ignatius Mary
Source Material for the Meditations
Contact Privately The Fruits of the Cross November 4th, 2009 Listen Now
Suffering is a glorious opportunity for grace. If we join our suffering with Christ, suffering becomes redemptive not only for us, but for the whole world. We become active participants in the Lord’s work of salvation and by sanctifying our suffering win for ourselves the glory of Heaven. Posted in Abandonment, Blessings, Mortification, Ordinary Time, Perfection, Perseverence | Tags: | No Comments
The Our Father & the Name of God October 8th, 2009 Listen Now
In the Lord’s Prayer, Jesus teaches that we can call God, daddy. We learn that we are His children and thus we need to struggle to behave as his worthy children. Hallowed be His name. We are to treat the name of God with respect and honor. This is the first of seven petitions of the Our Father. If we love God, we will sincerely love his holy name. We will be discussing more of the Our Father, tomorrow and on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of next week. Posted in Devotion, Ordinary Time, Perfection, Prayer, Spiritual Life | Tags: Our Father | No Comments
Chosen from all Eternity October 15th, 2009 Listen Now
God has known about us eternity past. There is no one born by accident. As God gives each and every person a soul, He gives a vocation. We are all called to the vocation of holiness, but we are also called to some specific work. Learn the five ways to find the work God has for you. Posted in Missons, Ordinary Time, Perfection, The Apostolate, Will of God | Tags: | No Comments
A Christian Outlook on Death November 13th, 2009 Listen Now
We cannot be blind to our final moment on earth. Jesus calls us to be ready on a daily basis for the time that we move our lodging from this world to the next. Posted in Ordinary Time, Perfection, Spiritual Warfare | Tags: | No Comments
To Want to See the Lord September 24th, 2009 Listen Now
Please excuse the tardiness of getting this meditation online. Our server was down for many hours last night. Purifying one’s sight in order to contemplate Jesus in the midst of our everyday lives is a goal we should all seek. Many people, we read in the Gospels wished to see Jesus. Some, like the Pharisees, saw Him but did not really see him. Let us genuinely seek to see our Lord with purified eyes. Let us say to Him each day, Thy face, Lord, do I seek. Posted in Ordinary Time, Perfection, Spiritual Life | Tags: | No Comments St. Michael Time
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